Nokia 5 review: Numb3r5 don't lie
Numb3r5 don't lie
The Nokia 5 has the generic phonebook/dialer app with the list of favorites, the call log and the contacts are all tabs within the same app. The dialer is summoned with a tap on a button. Smart dial is supported too.
The Nokia 5 has a single loudspeaker - the Nokia 6's stereo setup didn't make the cut. The lone driver can pump out a lot of decibels if the tune is right and it scored a Good rating in our three-pronged test. It kept its sound distortion-free even at max volume, too.
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For text unput the Nokia 5 relies on the Google Gboard keyboard. It's a great solution, offering predictive text (they all do), emoji, GIFs, search right from the keyboard, and plenty of customizability.
Used it for 2.5 years then it switched off until today. What could be the reason and is there a solution to this problem?
- 11 Dec 2020
You might need to switch the provider you're currently using. I am currently using the Telkomsel provider, and it all went smoothly.
- 15 Oct 2020
- Yusuf istifanus
I enjoyed the phone, but the battery is not last long like before, and if I'm using it when the data network is on the will very hot, I mean hot
- 05 Oct 2020